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Poster: chris in long beach Date: Oct 26, 2011 2:31pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Atlanta meetup Monday, Nov 7 at 7pm

Hey folks,

If you will be in or around the Atlanta area Nov 7, you should come on by and meet some fellow forumites. We will be getting together at Twain's in Decatur for beer and other assorted tomfoolery.

Everyone is welcome, from lurkers to forum veterans. Come on out and associate with a group of people who realize it's perfectly normal to have 157 versions of a song and still want more (thanks to whoever posted that in the thread about "what makes you a deadhead")

Just post here, or drop me a line. My email is hot, and my username is cvdover0126. For the subject line, please put something like "Archive.org Atlanta meetup"

Come on, you know you wanna!

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Poster: amosearle Date: Oct 26, 2011 5:08pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Atlanta meetup Monday, Nov 7 at 7pm

I'll be there, and Bernie Bildman was my dentist when I got my wisdom teeth out. I'll buy one person a beer who can tell my why I shared that here. I may also bring a gastroenterologist, but that's just because he's a Deadhead.

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Poster: DeadATL Date: Oct 27, 2011 11:17am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Atlanta meetup Monday, Nov 7 at 7pm

All-knowing Google reveals this from a Blair Jackson essay:

"The first two nights," said Bernie Bildman, a friend of the band's who went to Egypt, "a group of Egyptian singers had opened the show. But the third night the band started the show and they had the singers come out after the break because they wanted to watch the eclipse. When the eclipse started happening, I walked out on the part of the stage where Jerry and Ram Rod were. Jerry was sitting in a chair, and Ram Rod and his kid and I laid down flat. We just lay there tripping, watching the eclipse coming on."